India have done well to bring down the scoring rate © Getty Images (File Photo)
India have done well to bring down the scoring rate © Getty Images (File Photo)

Jan 25, 2014

 

New Zealand have reached 99 for one in 20 overs after being put into bat in the third One-Day International (ODI) against India at Eden Park, Auckland. Martin Guptill is batting on 36 and Kane Williamson is unbeaten on 27.

 

There was a bit of a slowdown for New Zealand after they lost the wicket of Jesse Ryder.

 

Guptill and Williamson have moved along quite well since then. Scoring off the spinners has been tough and boundaries have been hard to come by.

 

These two are building a platform for a later assault. When they have wickets in hand, they can charge and have the hitters for it.

 

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